CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Caitlin Bryant

Caitlin started the Make Good Company after 18+ years in the hospitality industry (airports, restaurants and hotels). Her foundation was established very early on and runs in her family heritage. Caitlin’s great grandfather was one of the founders and investors of New Chinatown in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. Outside of running Make Good Company, Caitlin has a hands-on role in overseeing her family’s building, bringing new tenants to the area and new programs to help revitalize and energize Chinatown.

With such a deep history in Chinatown, she had the idea of having a banner printed with old archived photos showcased on a vacant lot adjacent to her family’s building. As fate would have it, the LA Library and Huntington Museum collaborated and made this banner project a part of their Exhibit Archive Alive.

Chinese Historical Society Of Southern California Board Member

The Chinese Historical Society of Southern California (CHSSC) was organized in November 1975. The mission for the Society is to bring together people with a mutual interest in the important history and historical role of Chinese and Chinese Americans in southern California. To pursue, preserve and communicate knowledge of this history, and to promote the heritage of the Chinese and Chinese American community in support of a better appreciation of the rich, multicultural society of the United States.

Led by a diverse group of members, CHSSC has planned and implemented a wide slate of activities.

LAX Coastal Chamber Of Commerce Board Member

The LAX Coastal Chamber of Commerce is a network of local businesses working together to develop and promote events, programs and services within the communities of Westchester/LAX, Marina del Rey, Playa Vista, Playa del Rey, Del Rey, Ladera Heights and surrounding beach cities of Los Angeles, California.

Inglewood / Airport Area Chamber Of Commerce Member

The Inglewood / Airport Area Chamber of Commerce, working together as a team to provide opportunities for growth, networking and access to resources withing the business community, is committed to:

INTEGRITY – Promoting honest, ethical and trustworthy business standards;

LEADERSHIP – Striving for excellence in meeting members’ needs;

ADVOCACY – Representing and supporting the business community with local and state government; and

QUALITY RESOURCES – Providing tools to enhances business growth.

The Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce is a diversified non-profit (501C-6) business organization whose membership is composed of people and businesses who unite together to pursue community and economic goals for the betterment of all who live, work and own businesses in the Inglewood Airport Area.

Chinese Chamber Of Commerce Member

The Chinese Chamber of Commerce Los Angeles is established in downtown Chinatown, with the objective being to help promote business connections and overall commerce among its key constituents. In the 1950’s, the Chinese community had grown to 110 groceries, 350 laundries, and 180 restaurants supporting a community of about 10,000 people. This number would continue to climb to 19,730 by 1960 and over 40,000 by 1970 as the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act was passed by the 89th United States Congress and signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson.

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